February 14, 2014

Club Ride Alert!

When: Sunday, February 16th
Starting Point: Goat Creek Sno-park, Mazama, WA
Departure Time: 9:00 a.m.
Lunch: Noonish at the Sno-Park

It's time for the Bucket Run! Don't forget to bring your button. Haven't purchased your button yet? You still have time. Contact methowvalleysnowmobile at gmail (.) com.

The groomer will be out grooming the trail on Saturday for Sunday's ride.

See you there!

February 7, 2014

Club Ride Alert!

When: Sunday, February 9th
Starting Point: Goat Creek Sno-park, Mazama, WA
Departure Time: 9:00 a.m.
Lunch: Noonish at  the Cattle Guard

All snowmobilers are welcome to join in on this club sponsored ride. Lunch provided by the Methow Valley Snowmobile Association.

We have enough snow to ride so let's enjoy it while we can!

February 4, 2014

It's Back On! The Charity Ride Resumes

Looks like we are getting enough snow that the Charity Ride has been rescheduled.


The Association of Okanogan County Snowmobile Clubs' Charity Program

FEBRUARY 22, 2014

The Ride will leave from the Goat Creek Sno-park at 10 a.m. (See the map below for the ride loop.) Donation lunch provided by MVSA. Donations accepted at Sno-park or at lunch stop.

Or send your donation to: 
The Association of Snowmobile Clubs
171 Duck Lake Road
Omak, WA  98841

Contact for more information:
Betty Wagoner - (509) 997-1312
Bonnie Coppock - (509) 826-2404
Chris Holm - (509) 996-3443
Julie Hensley - (509) 689-2843

Remember that all donations raised stay in Okanogan County

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Poll Results - How Many Snowmobiles Are In Your Household?

We had a great turnout for the poll last month. Thank you for voting! On average there are 2.7 snowmobiles per household based on the number of voters and the info submitted. Here is the final tally:

#Sleds   #Voters
    1             2
    2            14
    3             4
    4             9
    5             1

This means that everyone who voted each needs to go find a final .3 of a machine so we can all have three whole sleds. I'm not fond of riding partial sleds...they don't seem to run that well. Reminds me of when they break and are not whole.

Thanks again for voting. If you have a poll you would like to submit, send us an email or leave a comment.